If you need a paper copy of your license or permit, log into MassFishHunt and go to Inventory/Reprint License.
You need a license to hunt in Massachusetts if you're 15 or older. You may need other permits or stamps depending on what and when you wish to hunt.
If you applied for an Antlerless Deer Permit (sometimes called a doe permit) by the July 16th deadline, you still have to check to see if you were awarded a permit. Learn how to check your permit status.
All waterfowl hunters age 16 years or older must have this stamp. This stamp is required for hunting any ducks (including sea ducks), geese, or brant, but is not required for hunting woodcock, snipe, or coot.
Love to fish? If you're 16 or older, you need a recreational saltwater fishing permit.
If you're 15 or older, you need a fishing license before casting your line. Fees vary depending on your age, whether you're a state resident, and whether you have a disability.
You must have a recreational lobster permit to catch lobster in Massachusetts.
You must have a for-hire fishing permit to take paying passengers saltwater fishing on your boat.
Surplus Antlerless Deer Permits (ADP) will be available for zones 9, 10, 11, 13, and 14 until sold out.